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Karen Bonanno

Karen Bonanno posted in mentor circle: Eduwebinar

Nov 3, 2021 at 02:36 in Australia

Student-centred teaching is aware of students and their needs above and beyond anything else. It places the student at the centre of the learning process.

15 Examples of Student-Centered Teaching

Student-centered teaching is simply the process of teaching with student needs 'first.' Here are 15 examples of student-centered teaching.
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Karen Bonanno

Karen Bonanno posted in mentor circle: Eduwebinar

Sep 17, 2021 at 04:39 in Australia

The best way to support all learners during this time of uncertainty and flux between the remote and in-person worlds is to continue planning for remote learning—because it’s the only way to be consistent, accessible, and nimble enough for the changing tides, while also leveraging all of the skills the students gained in the new self-directed world of learning.

5 Keys to Success in Hybrid Learning

Continuing to plan for remote learning is a good way to support students during transitions between distance and hybrid learning.
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Karen Bonanno

Karen Bonanno posted in mentor circle: Eduwebinar

Aug 29, 2021 at 01:44 in Australia

Future Skills, Future Schools, Future School Libraries | This last year has been a challenging year across many sectors of society, including education. The COVID-19 pandemic has probably been the most disruptive event to global education systems in history, forcing many schools into a 'crisis-schooling' situation. The pandemic has accelerated the already-existing challenges to education and stimulated the discussion, debates and deliberations about a need for change.

Future Skills, Future Schools, Future School Libraries

https://eduwebinar.com.au/ | Karen Bonanno | This last year has been a challenging year across many sectors of society, including education. The COVID-19 pan...
Karen Bonanno

Karen Bonanno posted in mentor circle: Eduwebinar

Aug 12, 2021 at 02:49 in Australia

With kids starting to listen to podcasts it makes sense to look into what is available for a classroom or learning environment. Commonsense has put together a list of free podcasts that cover topics of interest for kids. Their selection starts with Pre and goes through to Senior grades. Heaps of topics from science questions to lesser-known history, and in nearly every genre, from short fiction to in-depth journalism.

19 Great Learning Podcasts for the Classroom | Common Sense Education

Add diverse voices and fresh content to your lessons with free, high-quality podcasts.
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